‘LA Hair’ Episode Guide (July 31): Lisa’s Future at the Salon is Questioned

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‘LA Hair’ Episode Guide (July 31): Lisa’s Future at the Salon is Questioned

“Big Hair, Don’t Care” (07/31/14) – Lisa and Naja’s fight leaves the salon in turmoil and questioning Lisa’s future. Meanwhile, Kim returns to Atlanta to headline the Bronner Bros Hair Show, and makes a surprise announcement that sends Leah into a rage. Plus, Kim styles Sanaa Lathan.

WEtv’s hit series “L.A. Hair” following celebrity hairstylist Kim Kimble, returns for an explosive season three this spring with 12, one-hour episodes. Kim is back and hotter than ever, as some of the most dynamic star-studded clients stop by her posh West Hollywood salon including actress Gabrielle Union, songstress Macy Gray, R&B trio SWV, reality star Gretchen Rossi, supermodel Janice Dickinson, TV personality Rocsi Diaz, actress Keshia Knight Pulliam, R&B crooner/reality star Ray J, rapper Too $hort, rapper/producer Akon and many more! In addition to dealing with demanding, A-list clientele, Kim has lofty plans to expand her business to another city.

But too much too soon could bring her empire crumbling down. Kim’s luxurious West Hollywood salon undergoes a sophisticated upgrade and in a bold business move, Kim hires a new barber, Lisa, with a celebrity roster and an explosive personality that sends shockwaves through the salon. Meanwhile, rumors run rampant when former protégée-turned-enemy Angela is looking to open her own high-end salon and is threatening to take one of Kim’s top stylists, Dontay, as her partner.

With Angela on the prowl, Kim must watch her back at all times. Will Kim’s other stylists remain loyal as a darker menace emerges? This season no one is left untouched as Kim’s growing ambition even threatens to destroy her relationship with her sister Leah and drive her mother Jas to the brink. Is Kim willing to turn her empire into an almighty hair dynasty at any cost, or is she in danger of being dethroned?

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